The Australian Consumer Law includes provisions protecting job seekers in NSW.
Although it is no longer a requirement for an employment placement service to be licensed, they are required to comply with the Australian Consumer Law.
By law an employment placement service must provide a job seeker with a written notice with the following information set out:
The employment placement service is required to give the notice before it provides its first service to the job seeker.
The information must be provided in writing. The employment placement service may choose to email, mail or fax the information to their client.
No. The employment placement service may advise the job seeker verbally but they must also follow this up by providing a written notice.
No. The employment placement service must provide the information to the job seeker as set out in the information standard.
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